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Jiří Krejčiřík

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Jiří Krejčiřík is a designer focusing on furniture, glass, lighting, installations, product and interior design. His work covers a wide range of disciplines and methods. Krejčiřík’s work is characterized by a coherent visual style that connects history with the present. His art-design objects, furniture and lighting fixtures are characterized by impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail. During his studies at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design in Pilsen, Jiří completed a six-month internship at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. In 2012 he received the Dean’s Award. He also received the Award of the Director General of the National Technical Museum in Prague. And a nomination for the National Student Design Award for his bachelor thesis. In 2015 he was one of the six winners of the prestigious international competition iF Design Prize. This was followed by a win in the international Forum Junge Kunst Bayern – Tschechien CEBB project. From Designblok 2019, he won the Best New Designer category and in 2021 he won the Best Lighting Collection category, and last year he won the Best Installation award. He has been nominated four consecutive times for the Czech Grand Design in the Designer of the Year category – in 2021 he was one of three finalists and the winner of the EDIDA Awards, in the Designer of the Year category. Krejčiřík’s bachelor thesis was purchased by the National Technical Museum in Prague for its collection. The Odyssey table from the Eclecticism collection is in the permanent exhibition of Czech design at the Museum of Decorative Arts – Moravian Gallery in Brno. Outside of Czech galleries, he is represented by the famous Italian gallerist Rossana Orlandi, who presents his work in her gallery in Milan and Sardinia. He also collaborates with the Parisian gallery Boon_Room, the American gallery Garde and the Australian gallery Finkelstein. Jiří has sent other tables and glass objects to collectors in Germany, Great Britain, USA, France, Italy and Austria.

Jiří Krejčiřík is a designer focusing on furniture, glass, lighting, installations, product and interior design. His work covers a wide range of disciplines and methods. Krejčiřík’s work is characterized by a coherent visual style that connects history with the present. His art-design objects, furniture and lighting fixtures are characterized by impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail.

During his studies at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design in Pilsen, Jiří completed a six-month internship at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. In 2012 he received the Dean’s Award. He also received the Award of the Director General of the National Technical Museum in Prague. And a nomination for the National Student Design Award for his bachelor thesis. In 2015 he was one of the six winners of the prestigious international competition iF Design Prize. This was followed by a win in the international Forum Junge Kunst Bayern – Tschechien CEBB project.

From Designblok 2019, he won the Best New Designer category and in 2021 he won the Best Lighting Collection category, and last year he won the Best Installation award. He has been nominated four consecutive times for the Czech Grand Design in the Designer of the Year category – in 2021 he was one of three finalists and the winner of the EDIDA Awards, in the Designer of the Year category. Krejčiřík’s bachelor thesis was purchased by the National Technical Museum in Prague for its collection.

The Odyssey table from the Eclecticism collection is in the permanent exhibition of Czech design at the Museum of Decorative Arts – Moravian Gallery in Brno. Outside of Czech galleries, he is represented by the famous Italian gallerist Rossana Orlandi, who presents his work in her gallery in Milan and Sardinia. He also collaborates with the Parisian gallery Boon_Room, the American gallery Garde and the Australian gallery Finkelstein. Jiří has sent other tables and glass objects to collectors in Germany, Great Britain, USA, France, Italy and Austria.

Artist's exhibitions

Slow Panache of Solitude

Alexandr Martsynyuk - Undernet Jumper
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Feb. 14, 2024 - May. 19, 2024
In the exhibition Slow Panache of Solitude we bring together designer Jiří Krejčiřík, multimedia artist Alexander Martsynyuk working with 3D and conceptual artist Tomáš Kurečka. All three artists work at the intersection of art and design and have a distinctive style that comments on the contemporary world.

The authors of the exhibition Slow Panache of Solitude are:

Jiří Krejčiřík
Alexandr Martsynyuk
Tomáš Kurečka